Thursday, October 18, 2018

Sales through mobile double in a year, say IMRG and Capgemini

The percentage of online sales completed through a mobile device (smartphones and tablets) has doubled in the space of a year, according to figures...

Comment: Championing our indie shops

As we‘ve seen in recent years, the financial crisis and popularity of online shopping has taken a toll on our high-street shops. This was...

A fifth now buy more items online than in store

A fifth (20 per cent) of Brits now buy more items online than they do in store, according to the latest E-Commerce Index from...

Morrisons and Homebase sign up to card-linked marketing service

Card-linked marketing company Cardlytics has announced that it is launching in the UK this September with retailers including Morrisons, Argos and Homebase all signing...

How 4G will revolutionise our retail experience

Digital technology has already transformed the way we shop – in-store, online and everything in between. In fact, over 50 per cent of our...

UK pubs must make ‘digital shift‘ – new report

A new report has revealed that British pubs are failing to keep up with the young, digitally-savvy population, now dubbed “Generation Y” or The...

38 per cent increase in coupon redemptions

Britain is increasingly becoming a nation of coupon users as coupons and vouchers redemptions saw a rise of 38 per cent in the first...

Diary watch: Argos

General merchandise store Argos has begun a huge revamp of its business in a five year plan that will see it invest heavily over...

Horses for Courses or All in the Same Race?

As use of the smartphone for shopping gets more prolific it‘s important to investigate the role that tablets now play - is there a...

$5m in lost revenue as Amazon website fails

The Amazon website for United States and Canadian customers went offline for about half an hour last night. Shoppers were greeted with the message...

Feature Resource

What will your workforce want and need,  now and in the...

Today's on-demand consumer mentality means businesses now operate in an ‘always-on’ economy. To meet customer demand for 24/7 access to products and services, businesses...